Clarion Hotel and Conference Center Hagerstown
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... for the Union here), then made our way towards the historical district of town.
First stop was the Springhouse Tavern at Dobbin House for a cold draft beer. Built in 1776 by a reverend and his family, the home was built over a spring so they would have an adequate and safe (from the Indians) supply of water. ...
Another of the books I picked up at GenCon and which I have had a chance to peruse ...
NOVA PRAXIS by Mike McConnell
Void Star Studios
This is a compleat Cyberpunk setting by the author of Strands of Fate and Strands of Power, which I know some of you are familiar with ... and was the subject of a successful Kickstarter campaign some time ago.
Conceptually it is rather similar to Eclipse Phase - Earth more or ...
... considered the world's most famous hiking trail. Back on the road and headed for Maryland. A quick stop at a Walmart in West Virginia for some water and road trip supplies. We arrived into Hagerstown, Maryland, checked into our hotel and set off for dinner in downtown Hagestown. We found a wood fired pizza restaurant called the Flying Pie Company. A little wait and we enjoyed some very fine pizza. Tomorrow we head into Pennsylvania and then down to Deleware. Sweet ...
... other side of the road practically disintegrated. Ok, now we got through the traffic, about 2.5 hours delayed. Movies were played, and a lot of sleeping. At one point, I counted 17 of the 35 scouts asleep, as well as our Scoutmaster. Mr. Mara doesn't know about the picture we took -- sorry, I couldn't resist. :-)
A little while later, the cell phones of Lou & Chuck start ringing -- one of our other ...
... was happy to say hello and very gracious in their support of the circus. We tell each of the ticket outlets that without them, the circus would have far less people enjoying it, so they're the ones who do a lot of the heavy lifting (which in response to that, one ticket seller replied, "Actually, the tickets are quite light comparatively." Hah!). It's really nice to have a chance to thank as many folks as we can for doing their part in making each circus date the best it can be. I'm ...